|Plot||:||+Blue Network. 5:30 P.M. (EST). How musical bridges are used on dramatic programs. Ernie Watson tells how music is used. A salute to "radio's first dialect comedian," Henry Burbig. Tom Riley, the director of "Great Plays" (and also a director of television for NBC) conducts an audition for the female lead for the next broadcast, "The Imaginary Invalid." The sound effect of the week: the crumbling of the wall of an ancient temple. A salute to, "The CeCo Couriers" with Henry Burbig. Henry tells the story of, "Little Red Riding Hood" in a Yiddish dialect. Letters from listeners are answered by Nick Kenny (radio editor of The New York Daily Mirror). What is done if a remote pickup does not show up? Who selects a program's announcer and orchestra? Are quiz programs run separately or is there a clearing house to avoid duplication of questions? Lanny Ross tells how a song he sang on his Franco-American program caused a runaway mother to return to her son.|
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